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School Meal Program Participation and Its Association with Dietary Patterns and Childhood Obesity
Philip Gleason (au)
Examines the dietary patterns of school meal (SM) program participants and nonparticipants and the relationship between SM participation and children’s Body Mass Index (BMI). School Breakfast Program participants ate more low-nutrient energy-dense (LNED) baked goods and more calories at breakfast than did nonparticipants. Nat. School Lunch Program (NSLP) participants had lower intake of sugar-sweetened bev. and a lower percentage of calories from LNED foods and bev. than did nonparticipants. Overall, NSLP participation was not significantly related to students’ BMI, although participants were less likely to be overweight or obese than nonparticipants among Black students but more likely to be so among “other race” students. Ill.
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